Dear Members of UNF, UWO and UNYF!
You are cordially invited to celebrate the 80th anniversary of UNF, which will take place at the UNF hall on Saturday July 21, 2012 at 3:00pm. Cocktail at 2:30 p.m.
In the program: -Presenting of awards to longtime members of UNF and UWO.
-Greetings from the President of UNF National Executive Taras Pidzamecky.
-Performance by Ukrainian Drama Theatre “Suzir’ya”.
We are asking you for a prompt and serious response. UNF, UWO and UNYF members are free, non- members $20.00, children under 12 are free of charge . Please respond ASAP via email or call Tamara Vorotilenko 780-486-5885 no later than July 5, 2012.
Looking forward to seeing you all !!!
On behalf of UNF and UWO
George Yopyk and Tamara Vorotilenko.
The Ukrainian National Federation of Canada (UNF of Canada) wishes to express its deep concern and equivocally opposes the adoption of the Draft Law on Principles of the State Language Policy (“Draft Law” June 5, 2012) by the Ukrainian Verhovna Rada.
This Draft Law contravenes The Constitution of Ukraine, which clearly indicates that the Ukrainian language is the State language of Ukraine. By allowing the Draft Law to proceed, it will allow the Russian language, which already has significant influence and usage, to encroach further on all spheres of Ukrainian daily life.
The protection of the Ukrainian language is imperative; the Russian language does not need special status in Ukraine.
The UNF of Canada (est. 1932) a member organization of both the Ukrainian Canadian Congress and the Ukrainian World Congress, supports their positions calling for the ceasing of debate on the Draft Law and maintaining Ukrainian as the only state language. We strongly urge all to sign the petition in this regard organized by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress.
For a long time thinking how to please the audience after an inflammatory Mexican Malanka in January, actors Ukrainian Drama Theatre “Constellation” decided to contact the Ukrainian classics. Therefore, on April 21 at the Ukrainian National Federation (UNF), a premiere Stephen Vasilchenko “At first bumps.” The play began when Paschal adoption of the UNF Division in Edmonton. Continue reading ““Na Pershi Huli” at UNF”